We provide professional support in Colonoscopy.
Colonoscopy: a procedure to look inside the rectum and
colon for polyps and abnormal areas. During colonoscopy, a long, flexible tube
is placed in the rectum. With the small fiber optic imaging device at the end
of the tube, the inner part of the entire colon is displayed. The canal
in the rectum is injected with antiestrogen drugs to relax and avoid pain.
Since the purpose of this application is to find the
causes of symptoms in the colon, diet and bowel cleansing laxatives are given 1
day before the application. Patients should cut off solid foods 24-48 hours
before and feed on liquid foods. The medications recommended by the doctor
should be taken in accordance with the prospectus. Also, before applying,
plenty of water should be drunk because diarrhea will occur. Freshly squeezed
fruit juices and vitamin C should be taken.
The most common symptoms of Crohn’s disease are abdominal
pain, chronic constipation, rectal bleeding, hemorrhoids, weight loss without
reason, Crohn’s disease, chronic diarrhea, changes in bowel movements,
suspicious findings in the large intestine, blood in the stool, and other
Colonoscopy is also used for colon cancer screening. A
family history of colon cancer in people over the age of 50 and anyone who has
had this test every 5-10 years may be requested.
In patients who have had polyps before, additional polyps
are carried out in the research.
After the application, there may be mild pain or gas
sensation in the abdominal area temporarily. The doctor is taken for a biopsy
of the polyp during the application temporarily if your diet can give. There
may be a short walking problem. A small amount of blood may be present
immediately after the application. The patient may be discharged the same day.
Rest is necessary for 3-4 days. The doctor can give the results of the
application. However, the results of the polyps taken for biopsy may take 1-2